Sunday, January 16, 2011

THE ART OF CHOCOLATE + SUNDAY SHARING

Here's something that's right up my chocoholic alley:  Two art shows featuring chocolate!

http://www.citybeat.com/cincinnati/event-20150-chocolat-at-prairie.html

http://www.citybeat.com/cincinnati/article-22337-the-chocolate-connection-hans-sloane-jamaica-%28review%29.html

If you're local or in the area, stop by and drool over some chocolate-inspired artwork.  I may have to brave the cold and see these shows.  What better way to ease the winter doldrums than a chocolate rush (and, in this instance, non-fat).


And time to feature a couple of my newest followers/viewers...

1.  Margaret (Peggy) Stermer-Cox is a name I've seen around on many blogs.  I'm pretty sure I had her on my blogroll at one time but then she stopped posting!!  But she's back now and creating and posting again.  Take a look at her colorful, bold paintings and her wonderfully rendered drawings over at her blog or her other art sites.  Just visiting her blog and seeing her banner header puts a smile on your face - the colors just jump off the screen!

2. True Colors is the name of the art blog by Jane Moller, and you will definitely find some delightful and colorful paintings there.  Delicate, loose, beautiful work done by a woman who was born in Denmark but has lived in Italy for the last 30 years.  I love how she says she started painting in watercolor in 2007 and "it was love at first drop of water."  I know just what she means.

Visit these two wonderful artists and see some art you may not have seen - and you may make a new friend or two :)

4 comments:

Jane said...

Rhonda, thank you so much for your wonderful presentation of my blog on your blog,... such a generous gesture. Big hug -Jane

RH Carpenter said...

You're very welcome, Jane :)

Peggy Stermer-Cox said...

Thank you Rhonda! What a surprise! Sorry to be a bit slow. I saw on my dashboard that you had linked. I appreciate your thoughtfulness!

RH Carpenter said...

You're welcome, Peggy :) I enjoy featuring a couple of followers as I get them - I'm slowly growing towards 100 which means I've gathered a few people who want to see what I'm doing.